This time if you want to go somewhere during Dussehra holidays, then go to those places, where Dussehra’s different splendor and pomp can be seen. Ramlila, fair and Ravan Dahan take place in most places these days, but in some special cities, there is a different atmosphere on the occasion of Dussehra. The first name comes from the city of Mysore, tourists and photographers from all over the country and abroad come here to see Dussehra.

Mysore Dussehra is very grand

Dussehra in Karnataka is more special than other festivals. Here it is called Nadhabba. In which the royal family of Mysore worships on this day as well as the royal court is also organized. It is believed that the Dussehra ride by the royal family of Mysore was started by the Wadia king Wodeyar in the 15th century. It is also believed that on this day Chamundeshwari Devi killed the demon Mahishasura.

With the passage of time, many changes were made in the ways of celebrating Dussehra from place to place. But even today the grandeur of Mysore Dussehra is not seen anywhere else. Its royal style continues to this day. The special attraction of this day is the royal court and the ride from Mysore Palace to Bannimandap Maidan. The royal sword is worshiped on the first day of Dussehra. Elephants, horses, camels, dancers all participate in the ride on this day. The next day there is a jumbo ride. The elephants are specially trained for this ride that covers almost the entire city. A large statue of Chamundeshwari Devi sits on the back of an elephant. Beautiful floats are also included in this ride. It is said that the tree in the Bannimandapa ground is located where the Pandavas hid their weapons before leaving for exile.

Many types of competitions like wrestling, yoga, treasure hunt, pet show, food festival and heritage tour are also organized during Dussehra of Mysore. Crores are spent on Dussehra festival in Mysore. The trade exhibitions that start on these days go on for months. So why not go to Mysore this time and celebrate Dussehra festival.